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Destination Weddings in Kitzbühel in Tyrol

If you love mountains Kitzbühel in Tyrol is one of the most awesome places you can be in Austria. In summer you have the green mountains surrounding you, blue skies and small lakes and rivers that scatter around the Kitzbühel area. And in winter Kitzbühel is the place to be - it became famous for the Hahnenkamm skirace at the Streif. If you are brave you can try that track on your own but make sure you have prepared your skis and sharpened the edges - this is nothing for beginners.

Besides the ski-events Kitzbühel has a lot to offer. The gorgeous oldtown is ideal for a shopping trip or a coffee (or Glühwein) at the terrace covered by warming furs. This would also be a nice place to take pictures as well. The Kitzbühel area has a lot of first class venues and hotels to offer. We were honored to document a wedding at the Grand Spa Resort A-Rosa ***** in 2012. If you like a luxurious environment with alpine style this would be a great place for you.

Another tip would be Rosis Sonnbergstuben which is a famous location even for international celebrities. Located in the middle of the mountains you will get an increcible view over the mountains of Kitzbühel. Take a look at these images to get a better impression of what we are talking about: Grand Spa Resort A-Rosa, Rosis Sonnbergstubn.

If you like Castles this would be a nice idea for you: Schloss Münichau, built in 1469. Back to the future, to a place where history lives on through original features. That is the motto of Schloss Münichau. The historic hotel with its authentic architecture and interiors also houses a gourmet restaurant. You can even have your wedding at the romantic castle chapel.

So there are plenty of places to have your wedding in Kitzbühel, all within a couple of minutes driving distance. Due to that Kitzbühel is a great place for winter or alpine and summer weddings!

By the way Ninas mother is from Kitzbühel so she knows the place quite well. If you need any further help, just let us know!

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4 Tips how to choose the right Photos for your Wedding Album

August 04, 2017

When you receive the final photos from your wedding photographer and you have booked a wedding reportage for several hours, it can be quite overwhelming when you should choose the right photos for your wedding album. It's pretty hard to cut down the number of photos when there are several hundred moments beautifully captured. You can hardly go without any of these photos as you chose your wedding guests wisely, planned this special day for several months, picked your wedding venue carefully and chose the color theme and style of your decoration intentionally. There are so many wonderful moments and emotions on such a great and unique day and you would like to relive your wedding day over and over again when you flip through your wedding album. We suggest to keep the following things in mind when you pick the photos for your wedding album - your first family heirloom: 1. Add lots of emotional photos Emotions make a wedding day unique and they will stay in your minds forever. When your photographer captured these highlights beautifully you have a great opportunity to relive these moments over and over again when you page through your album. You will laugh about the funny moments and the hiccups occurred, you will cry when you see all the reactions during the emotional speeches, you will reminisce about everything what happened in between and you cannot believe that this day flew by so quickly. So choose as many emotional photos for your wedding album as possible as, so you will bring your coffee-table book to life. 2. Add detail shots It took quite a lot of time to pick all the little details for your wedding. Your dress, jewelry, shoes, bouquet, suit, cufflinks, boutonniere, etc. and so these things should be part of your wedding album as well. You don't need to add every single detail shot of your wedding outfit, maybe there is also a photo with more details in one shot to receive an overview. The detail shots can also be presented a bit smaller, but it's important to add these photos to create an airy design. Otherwise, when there are just photos of people in your album, you don't know where to look at first. So many faces and emotions. Detail shots are a great opportunity to mix things up and show the uniqueness of your wedding. 3. Be careful with the amount of group shots In our opinion it is best to incorporate not too many group shots. We totally get it: the guests you invited are important, but instead of choosing 20 group shots for your wedding album we would suggest you go with on big photo of your whole wedding party and adding three or four photos with smaller groups like families and witnesses. Of course you can add a view more photos on some pages, but overall the book should not look like a stamp-album with lots of tiny images where almost nothing or nobody is recognizable because of the small size. That leads towards the next point. 4. Cut down the number of photos - less is more I totally understand how hard it is to break down the number of images. I have to deal with the same problem every year when I create a sample album with last season's best-of and for that I have to choose from thousends of images… but at the end it's always worth the effort. LESS is MORE and so it's possible to show as many photos as big as possible. When you look at an album with hundreds of photos you are overwhelmed and each image cannot really breath on a spread. So it's not really fun to browse through the book as there is so much going on on each spread. If you don't know where to start when it comes to your image selection for your wedding album you can always start with your photographer's blog post. Usually there are some great emotions, details and also the highlights of your ceremony and party presented. You can go from there and add photos with a special meaning. Here you can see the final result of Julie & Jan's coffee-table book. They did a great job with regard to their image selection. They started with some photos of their preparations, followed by detail shots of rings and flowers, their first look with beautiful emotions, their couple shoot photos, lots of ceremony moments and emotions, some ballroom decoration, all the great moments and laughter during their speeches, their first dance, fireworks, cake cutting, rocking the dancefloor and ending with an impressive sparkler shot. It's fun to flip through their album and it never gets boring. Not too much or little of one part of their wedding day. Enjoy this beautiful wedding day again and if you would like to see and read the whole story check out Julie & Jan's wedding blog post.

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Golf Course Destination Wedding at the Grand Tirolia Golf & Ski Resort Kitzbühel with Julie & Jan

September 09, 2016

The love story of these two sweethearts is just amazing! You may have already seen the engagement session we did with them a few month ago in Innsbruck and in this blog post we explained how they met. Both working at Google - Julie in New York City and Jan in Germany - they first met during a business meeting. Their first five dates were taking place in five different countries all over the world: Portugal, Iceland, Germany,... just to name a few and one year later Jan move to New York. For their destination wedding they chose the wonderful Grand Tirolia in Kitzbühel, Austria's Best Golf Hotel 2015. All wedding guests travelled to this wonderful location in Tyrol, Austria and the bridal couple was really surprised but more than happy that ALL invited guests followed up on the invitation and travelled to Austria to share their special day. Even with thousends of kilometers to travel from the United States, Germany, Switzerland and the rest of the world their wedding guests did not spare any efforts! Bride and groom both have multicultural backgrounds: Swiss and German roots on the groom's side as well as Chinese and American/Jewish roots on the bride's side. All those things were part of the beautiful outdoor ceremony held by Henrik Eder - Der Hochzeitsredner at the terrace at The Grand Tirolia. They also incorpoarted some Jewish traditions like braiking a glass to symbolize the fragile nature of life as well as the uniqueness of the moment that arises and passes away, a letting go of the past and looking toward the future. Dear Julie and Jan, we wish you all the best for your future as a new family and to say it with your groomsmen's words: Every minute, every hour, every week and every year - we will toast you and we start right here! - Cheers and enjoy your honeymoon to the full! Special thanks to my loving parents for taking care of our little daughter, even on my mom's own birthday. We are really thankful to have such a caring and supporting family - without you it would not be possible to do our job as wedding photographer besides having our own little family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

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